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are grumpy. >> it's time for more stuff, southern women say. >> lord have mercy! >> and 'tis the season for shipping. why that sends francis into a rant. >> i want my packages! i want my [ bleep ] packages! i want my [ bleep ] packages! >> in the back of the police car that you're seeing in this individual grow the dashcam of another police car is 41-year-old darin douglas porter in custody suspected of burglary of a nearby store. keep in mind, he's in the back seat. he's cuffed. but watch what happens next. you see them there with the cuffs still on. gets into the driver's seat of this police car and drives off. >> he could have just taken off running. right? that's so much better. >> now we're seeing the dashcam from the police car that he just stole pup see him here taking this thing on a joyride. >> so he drives off. the cops don't even see their car drive off. it wasn't like, oh, there goes our car. let's go. he didn't notice right away. it appears that is the case, nick. because darin douglas porter abandons this car later at an apartment complex, and it's still at large. >> he go
? > > well, opening weekend was gonna be big no matter what. the lord of the rings obviously has its fans---the books, clearly. and so the biggest december opening of all time is not that big a surprise actually and the worldwide numbers follow that. but i have a feeling that the length of the film and the lukewarm reaction---even people who are positive about it have some negative things to say about the way it was filmed and its length and it being stretched over three movies--- it's on;y a 300 page book. i have a feeling it's not going to do as well domestically as the other lord of the rings films but like spiderman and ice age earlier this year the worldwide numbers are still going to be huge. > > it has a big fan base. let's take a look at the weekend numbers from the box office. as mentioned, the hobbit bringing in 84 million dollars. incredible. the rise of the guardians at 7.1 million, lincoln at 7 million, skyfall still hanging in there at 6.5 million, and life of pi at 5.4 million. now, life of pi isn't doing great here in the united states but it's doing tremendously well in c
jackson. can his hotly anticipated new movie "the hobbit" possibly live up to "the lord of the rings"? >> one of my favorite characters. >> ann goes inside his magical world. >> now we're really in trouble. >> yeah, where are we looking? oh, dear. >> that and more tonight as "rock center" gets under way. >>> good evening and welcome to "rock center." the impact of apple on life in america is well established by any standard. they have changed our electronics and our culture and whether you're the owner of apple products or not, you've got to admit that much. as much as any company can be about one guy, apple was steve jobs. and now that steve jobs is gone, apple is run by tim cook. he hasn't talked a whole lot about his life or his business. he certainly hasn't done so on television until now. apple is famously secretively and while it took months of meetings and negotiations, tim cook agreed to be interviewed and we met up at one of the places apple has transformed. nobody remembers the guy who came after thomas edison. and nobody seems to recognize tim cook as we walked together ac
, sovereign lord of history, thank you for the exemplary impact of senator daniel ken inouye on our national history. lord, we are grateful for the excellence that distinguished his significant career, for the quiet grace and dignity with which he represented the aloha state, and for the gift of discernment that enabled him to serve you faithfully for the good of america. as we express gratitude for the laudable footprints he left in the sands of time, give us your power to persevere in promptly doing what is right. made the memory of senator inouye's indefatigable faithfulness provide a benchmark for the lives of all labor for liberty. lord, intensify our dedication to make sacrifices for the good of our nation and world as we put our trust in you to do for us immeasurably, abundantly, above all that we can ask or imagine, according to your power, he working in and through us. -- more power, working in and through us. we pray in your sovereign name. amen. >> senator dan inouye was a noble soul, one of the finest men i have ever met, and we are por for his loss. i want to join senator inouye
heart was cells of the folks -- is with all of the folks, asking the lord to give them consolation and healing. certainly to let them know our solidarity with them in prayer. they have been inundated with so many things, phone calls, but what they and really need are our prayers'. >> he spent 11 years as bishop of bridgeport, conn. for jews, christmas is a day of volunteering. more than 600 took place. families prepared winter care packages for homeless shelters. they include scarfs and hats made by members of the community. organizers say it was important for the children. >> i have the two daughters. it is wonderful to get them involved in volunteering. i want them to understand the holidays are about 10 back. >> more than 1000 were made. holiday dinners were also served around town. today is the eighth year for this event. authorities have recovered human remains from a house in webster, n.y., to the suspected shooter shared with his sister. she had been missing since yesterday. officials believe the remains are hers. younger brother, william spengler, is responsible for setting
wanted to welcome into your family? >> well, we went there guided by the lord. and she was the one the lord put in front of us. we don't say no to the lord. >> jenny, can you tell me what you are going through now, if you are hearing anything at all about little anastasia? >> we haven't heard anything. i think there's just the rumors flying around. i get online to try to see what i can find out, but, you know, that's not helping. i'm just a wreck. >> how have you managed -- i mean, you have obviously have a beautiful family. you've reached out. how have you managed this time of uncertainty? >> we pray. we cry. we get cranky. i mean, my child's a half a world away, and i feel like any mom wouldn't be able to get through that very easily. >> does she know at all -- do you have any idea if she knows what's happening, what's going on, if she realizes herself that you might not be reunited? >> we don't have any idea about that. we have to think that it's a bit of a stretch for a 4-year-old to understand that. even if you explained it fully to her, i don't think she'd understand. it's ha
. the land use took up a proposal making land lords tell perspective tenants whether smoking is available or not in units. >> also, we'll protect seniors children and families and people with asthma from having secondhand smoke seep from someone else's room foo their room.l]l÷ we feel this will create more smoke-free buildings and units it has support from san francisco apartment association. buildings with 50 or fewer units would have 12 months to december nate as either smoking or nonsmoking. >> today could turn out to be a historic day for fed yech yechl -- fed-ex. it plans to move 19 million packages today alone. the company expects to deliver 280 million packages between thanksgiving and christmas. fed-ex remind us to send packages in delivery. >> remarkable. >> rescued and recovery. >> a look at california wildlife n >>> coming up, death of a singing sensation some may never have heard of. she had millions of fans. the toll her passing is taking. >> also, they've driven authorities crazy but now a deal could be close to keeping car services on the road. >> promising new technology
from big-time drug lord to 15 years in prison - to successful business man. don't miss it. from all of us at first business, have a great weekend! >>> a huge fire burns through an east bay business. the questions that could be answered this morning about the future of the company. >>> the alleged lies told by some pg&e workers that is prompting emergency inspections all over the bay area. >>> picture frames made to look like ipads. the scam in vallejo police are warning about. >>> good morning, everybody it is friday very cold friday morning i should say december 14th i'm brian flores. >> and i'm pam cook. thank you for waking up with us. it's very cold. 1:00, 2:00 in the afternoon yesterday i still felt cold. you called it. >> well, it was cold. >> i should have called you, steve, it's cold. >> yeah. we have a lot of cloud
lords that for every 2 cents of tax breaks oil and gas companies get wind and solar companies get $1. honorable mention pat buchanan? >> for person of the year, vladimir putin. you were right earlier john. it's a real comeback for him. he has been in power for a long time but he is holding on and i think there's a lot to this guy really and i think he is not an enemy of the united states. and he's not the greatest strategic threat. >> trade-off. >> mitt romney said. >> you can't go wrong. eleanor? >> congresswoman caroline mccarthy who has been working tirelessly on behalf of gun safety since winning her congressional seat after her husband was murdered in a shooting accident -- not accident, in a mass shooting incident on the long island railroad. she is now cosponsoring a bill to limit the size of assault magazines with a democratic congressman from colorado. it's going to force the issue in the house. >> mort? >> merka basically to this day saved the european common market. she has kept it going like nobody else could have and played the politics as you said before of her country
mindful of the community. >> we are remembering them, praying for them, asking the lord to give them consolation and healing. and certainly to let them know how our solidarity in prayer. they have been inundated with so many things -- cards, letters, phone calls. what they need our or careers and our love. >> the archbishop spoke about newtown after celebrating mass this morning. he's is at the top of the wish list for pope benedict -- peace is at the top of the wish list for pope benedict. he offered special prayers for syria, the middle east crisis, communist china. the catholic church faces official who discrimination in china. the pope encourage arab spring nations, such as egypt, to adjust. for some, it was a welcome relief, or a day to rest up before big sales. >> some of us had work today, but not everyone. mother nature helped santa deliver a white christmas across much of the country, from new england to the snow-covered hills of colorado. a winter wonderland for people of all ages. and they're furry friends, too. after a last-minute shopping frenzy in malls across america -
another one. thank you, lord. i'm rob nelson. >> we're crawling. i'm paula faris. we'll bring you up to date on the violence and tensions in syria in our top story on this friday. >>> and to capitol hill where negotiations on avoiding the fiscal cliff took a new turn. the sticking point up for debate by the president and as well as congressional republicans. >>> also this morning, a "world news now" special report. why some people who have already been born, get this, may live to the ripe old age of 150. that's right. 1-5-0. the secrets of staying young revealed. >> would you want to live to 150 is the question? >> always a great question, how old do people want to be? the answer, to live as old as you have a good quality of life physically and mentally. if you are 150 and out of it. what is the point? >> feed you some apple sauce. >> thank you, thank you. can you wipe me now. no one wants that kind of life. 150 healthy. >> the gifts parents can buy now that will make the kids go crazy on christmas morning. the science of picking the right toy. as a parent, i can tell you. look at th
weekend. it beat all three lord of the rings movies opening night. peter jackson's smash hit also marked the biggest november opening ever. that is the latest from fox business. ♪ lori: fading a little bit here. the dow is up 63 points. my next guest says do not sweat the cliff. it will be gradual and we may avoid it altogether. joining me now is scott with the tick by tick market reaction. john boehner now willing to raise the threshold, increase taxes for those making a million dollars a year. are we any closer to any kind of resolution here? >> i think there is a lot of things going on in the background that we will not here for a while, if we ever hear them. i do not think you will get out of the fiscal cliff situation without raising taxes. there are a lot of people that would argue $250,000 in income is not wealthy, at least in some parts of the country. i think of john boehner wanting, he is willing to raise taxes. i think taxes will be raised on a narrow spot of people. in my opinion, we have a spending problem. we do not really have a tax problem. lou mentioned in your last se
. showers in seattle, 48 degrees. >>> what do a lord of late night tv a two-time oscar-winning actor and a rock band have in common? they are among the recipients of this year's kennedy center honors. the nation's highest award for the arts. after 30 years of top ten lists and stupid pet tricks david letterman is getting his due. he headlines this year's class of kennedy center honorees. actor dustin hoffman, buddy guy, ballerina, natalie makarova. and three surviving members of rock band led zeppelin. president obama paid tribute to the group. >> maybe they inspired us to see things in a new way. to hear things differently. to discover something within us or to appreciate how much beauty there is in the world. >> after receiving his award at the white house sunday letterman still seemed staggered by being recognized as one of the most influential americans in the arts. >> i'm not supposed to be here. >> you are? >> no, i'm not supposed to be here. >> what your looking forward to? >> we get to joyride in marine one. >> then it was showtime at the kennedy center. each recipient was ho
was 15, he was climbing up, he had a coma. >> 2020. now, i'm 20/20. >> my lord, the hypocrisy. >> you can get rid of those glasses. >> marijuana comes from nature a and -- >> is it addictive? no. rattner seems to know a lot. okay. >> it's not addictive? >> no. >> there are a lot of people i played in bands with who would like beg to differ. >> did we just blow through the -- what about the rest of the news? >> there's no news today. what do we have on the front of the post today, willie? >> this is terrible. >> all there. >> not good. >> my goodness. >> what about right to work? >> what about right to work? >> there's two big news stories to do. and senator mccain is going for senate foreign relations. >> that is interesting. that is interesting. john mccain wants to be on the committee so he can cross-examine susan rice. we'll see if that happens. >> fascinating. >> should the mets pay, mike, dickey? >> they should. they need him and their fan base needs him. they should do it. >> think the money that zach grir grinke just got paid, they need him. >> what do you think? >> they need him.
.9 billion to settle allegations it landerred money from mexican drug lords, and sanctions transactions from iran illegally. lenny brewer said that the scale of hsbc's operation was stunning. >> at least one occasion, hsbc instructed a bank in iran on how to format payment messages so that transactions would not be blocked or rejected by the united states. lou: brewer however also defended the decision to not prosecute the bank, he said. if authorities pressed charges hsbc would almost certainly have lost its banks license here in this country which would have cost thousands of jobs, joining us now to assess this, and more, former prosecutor alease wheel, and artie idala . is -- where is the outrage that lenny brewer, already -- certainly implicated in the "fast and furious" scandal is standing there, as spokesman u.s. justice department saying they are not going to prosecute. >> you set it up not fair, you did not say, deferred prosecution. lou: i'm sorry who is going to jail. i want to get this right. >> not yet, but if they don't pay the money, if they don't -- they have 5 years of probat
of generating 30,000-horsepower that was the power of 300 mills. the cotton lords that created holyoake devised a three tiered canal system. it does not show on this map the connecticut river could be used over three times. holyoke made offers to the manufacturers in the valley. skinner is the only one who expected the offer and moved he is the only one who survives. skinner needed money and water power. skinnerville he would have to rely on steam to rebuild because the reservoir would not be rebuilt. going forward with the dry season when the river ran though, skinner would have to supplement with steam which was very expensive. for his amount of debt it was too expensive. he would have to rebuild the entire infrastructure of the village. the houses for the workers, everything. he needed a lot of water power. to die silky need a lot of water and he needed the power to power machinery. holyoke could offer consistent water power 365 days per year without a reservoir over his head. holyoke also offered many. better than that, they said we would give the property on the canal worth $6,000 for free
and the farc in colombia. this bill is a critical tool to find the murderous head of the lords resistance army in central africa. this bill is a bipartisan bill that will significantly enhance our ability to fight transnational organizationed crime. i ask unanimous consent for support and reare serve. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady reserves. the gentleman from california is recognized. mr. berman: i rise in support of s. 2318. i commend senator kerry and my friend and colleague ed royce the incoming chairman of the foreign affairs committee who authored this bill and fought long and hard for it. the chairman has described the legislation and the existing law. the bill makes two key changes in existing law, they're small, but very important modifications to the rewards program. it would authorize payments for the arrest or conviction of those engaged in transnational criminal activity, including intellectual property, piracy, money laundering, trafficking persons and arms trafficking. transnational organized crime poses a threat to economic and national security interests. these crimin
pizzas and enjoy a 'lord of the rings' marathon in the privacy of your own home." but even though it's legal to have it, it's not yet legal to sell marijuana to the masses. at least not for another year, while the state establishes rules for this now budding industry. entrepreneurs, or "pot-trepeneurs," like this former microsoft manager are already making plans to open st starbucks-like stores. you've got this displayed, you know, encased like a beautiful piece of art. you're targeting the high-end market? >> that is exactly right. the category of premium marijuana. think like a fine brandy, a fine cognac. >> reporter: drug policy experts worry the new law could spark new problems. >> the price of marijuana will drop dramatically and consumption will increase. that spells bad news for parents and researchers who are realizing that today's maifrn is not your woodstock weed of the '60s. it is much more harmful. >> reporter: state officials estimate this once-taboo plant will eventually bring in $500 million in tax revenue per year. enough to cover the seattle police department's entir
, my lord. paul mccartney can sing anything. >> no, no, he cannot. >> he was respectful. he didn't sing any of the old nirvana songs. just this one. sandra: may be the nirvana lovers can have a little bit of a problem with this guy. that's been great, guys. that is all the money we have for you tonight. "the willis report" is next. gerri: tracy: hello, i am tracy byrnes for a president obama is meeting at the white house right now. a meeting called by the white house. a little bit strange since earlier today. speaker boehner left the capital and the white house said the ball was in speaker boehner square. rich edson is on the white house with the latest. were they talking about? this on a day when president obama said i have cut $1 trillion already in spending. that was part of last summer's budget deal. but he says that i am willing to do a lot more cuts in spending. you have a willingness to do spending cuts, a willingness from john boehner to raise revenues. however, we have been stuck on the details of this thing for the past two weeks here. the past three weeks or longer. the white
. this is an exciting day for many reasons. i went to state thank you to my lord and savior jesus christ, to be honest with you. when you start out in a single- parent household with a mom who work 16 hours a day and you're looking at a future that is not look bright and you are living in south carolina, you build a strength that comes from having the understanding that it is not about you. it is about your faith. it is about your family. i love my mother who is here with me. and painful for the good lord who believe sometimes the lord has to come at the end of a switch. she loves me a lot. -- love has to come at the end of a switch. she loves me and a lot. taught civics, spanish, and english. -- i failed a civics, spanish, and english. my mother did not quit on me. i had the good fortune of meeting a mentor who taught me some very basic biblical business principles. our nation finds itself in a situation where we need to make very difficult decisions. so often we have the conversation about how we create enough revenues for all the problems. if you have a problem is spending there is not enough reven
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? >> and also this week, lord justice brian levinson, the phone hacking scandal of the british tabloids and news of the world, a now closed paper, formerly owned by the parent company of this network, and hacked into phone for the stories they pedaled and it was much larger and other blish tap tabloids. in the report, accused the newspapers for acting recklessly and having no record for privacy and made recommendations for the media including an independent word to watch over the media ander sure they're free of any influence from industry and government. concerned about freedom of the press were raised immediate aline we'll continue to watch this story and report >> we wind with a story from the lost in translation file. theonon, described as america's news source, actually is a sometimes humerous news sa satie organization. for example, when president obama was elected president in 2008, theono the onion capturede history perfectly. they named north korean's leader kim jong un the sexiest leader alive. pretty funny, but it gets better than ad. one of china's largest papers picked up the story
filibuster reform. >> oh, lord. >> democrats have been complaining about the filibuster for years now, since actually they took over the senate, and now they have a chance to get rid of the filibuster. there's nothing in the constitution. madison wrote nothing of the filibuster. but i want everybody to hear, though, because for the past four years, we have been hearing how evil the republican party is because they filibuster. >> yeah. >> harry reid, the democratic senate, senators like claire mccaskill, senators like, you know, kirsten gillibrand, senators like chuck schumer. they can all get rid of the filibuster at the beginning of january. so why don't -- if the filibuster is so evil and if the republicans are so evil for wielding the filibuster, this is very easy. just make the rules in january -- forget filibuster reform. i support getting rid of the entire filibuster. >> i agree. >> let's wipe it out. so why don't we get the democrats to get rid of the fill bust filibuster? >> because people across the country agree 100%. you get outside washington, it's a no-brainer. majority should r
mike me or pray like me. i'm sured lord would figure out if they're sincere. >> they're calling on their friends and stat wants and congregations and families and followers, to set aside sunday, january 28th as the day to pray. nothing to buy, nothing to attend. just a police to play and simply says you'll start in your own way, on your own schedule. it's oot date a pray.cot. go to that website say you'll pray that day. a day to pray.com. all you've got to remember. maybe if washington won't listen to us, he'll listen to fwod. let's ask him. it might change our country, it might just change us. [applause] well, it's been one of the most anticipated shows from the boy to girl back to 1964, charlie brown's search for the true meaning of christmas. one was in my home state of arc gnaw, because one person explained. and the judge in the case of the shooter, he had the nerve to tell the shooter, he had to save his beards. >> and from fox news, the book "the joy of hat", welcome greg gutfeld. [applause] >> greg, welcome. congratulations on the book. >> thank you very much. i awe it a
was trying to say the lord's friend got confused and said lead us not into temptation. true or words were never spoken. it is a little better than it used to be. i read "witness" shortly after it came out. it came out when i was a sophomore. i didn't read it at the time, i read and reread it, in rewards careful study. i have approached it as a new book i co-authored that just came out in which chambers the merges as a central character which was not my intention when i began but the more i look into matters the more i realized chambers was a critical figure -- -- his look among other things apart from literary merits, it is a history of domestic coal, one of the best. it is not only history but a source, he was a primary source and all of you know that you have to go to primary sources. it is very risky to rely on secondary sources. he was a primary source. he was also -- his book is a guide for the perplexed, there are benchmarks of judgment, standards to this day, in addition to the information he provides. as i delved into some of these things, using some primary sources, mostly fbi fi
on capitol hill, as we gather with so much work left undone, guide our lawmakers with your wisdom. lord, show them the right thing to do and give them the courage to do it. be their shelter in the midst of the storm, regardless of how high the waters rise. when they feel exhausted, remind them of the great sufficiency of your grace. look with favor on our nation and save us from self-inflicted wounds. we pray, in your strong name, amen. . >> and now you are familiar with the scene. we will hear "the pledge of allegiance." >>> i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america and to the republic for which it stands one nation under god indivisible with liberty and justice for all. >> and now perhaps we are going to hear from the senate majority leader harry reid, down in the well, as i was saying before we heard the prayer, we were getting some guidance that maybe he would speak, maybe he wouldn't speak, really speaks to the fluid nature of the talks going on behind the scenes. but the fact that we do see him on the floor there, we actually saw him preparing what looks like a lit
but everybody's safe. and hey, the lord is on our side. we good to go. >> reporter: y'all were all home? >> yes. my wife and my daughter-in-law and two of the grandkids were there and my son and i were 100 yards on the other side over here. >> reporter: did you see it? >> yeah. we seen it happening kind of so... >> reporter: what do you do when you see a tornado coming towards your house? >> nothing. you just hope. hid our heads and hope for the best. but nope, everybody's good. >> reporter: for those who were inside the house, what did they experience? >> they said it was a lot of noise and -- i have a basement in the bottom is where we go when there's problems but couldn't open the doors. the wind had jammed them so they hunkered down in the laundry room. no damage in that end of the house. >> reporter: grateful everybody is safe. >> wonderful. >> reporter: eight people were taken to the hospital overall. and assessments are expected to continue through the night. >>> other parts of the country got a white christmas but it was still wild weather. ice and snow-covered the roads in oklahoma
the senate in prayer. the chaplain: let us pray. lord of life and glory, bend your ears to hear our prayers. lord, deep inside we long to be a part of something bigger than ourselves. give our lawmakers the wisdom to discover your purposes and the courage to obey your commands. lord, teach them to make right decisions without drama and to resist the temptation to waste the currency of the faith and trust of the american people. as they follow your providential leading, may our senators strive to be instruments of your glory. use them to do your will on earth, even as it is done in heaven. into each dark and trying hour, send the illumination of your mercy and grace. we pray in your great name. amen. the presiding officer: please join me in reciting the pledge of allegiance to the flag. i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. the presiding officer: the clerk will read a communication to the senate. the clerk: washington, d.c, december 4, 2012. to the senate: u
they do. i think we all know it is what the good lord blessed them with. they can only work out so much. i am never going to look like that. >> so blessed. so blessed. >>> meanwhile, we move on to serious news this morning. particularly new concerns about the ongoing civil war in syria. the concerns now center on the possible use of chemical weapons by syrian government forces. >> for the latest we are joined by abc's alex marquardt joining us live from the turkish side of the syrian border. alex, thank you for joining us this morning. >> reporter: good morning, rob, and paula. that's right. the united states has been concerned for a long time about syria's chemical weapons stockpile which is believed to be one of the biggest in the world. what has changed now is that in the last few days according to u.s. officials, it is believed that syria went into the preparation stage, loading components of the highly toxic, highly deadly sarin gas, a nerve agent into bombs at syrian airfield. now, syria doesn't even acknowledge that it has chemical weapons. they said they would never use them agains
of each other and who gets killed? >> and also this week, lord justice brian levinson, the phone hacking scandal of the british tabloids and news of the world, a now closed paper, formerly owned by the parent company of this network, and hacked into phone for the stories they pedaled and it was much larger and other blish tap tabloids. in the report, accused the newspapers for acting recklessly and having no record for privacy and made recommendations for the media including an independent word to watch over the media ander sure they're free of any influence from industry and government. concerned about freedom of the press were raised immediate aline we'll continue to watch this story and report as necessary. next on news watch, "the onion" strikes again. fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes goo
with her fans. she also sang about mexican culture, the drug lords, the gangs. some say she was the most influential latina singer since selena. >> jenni rivera was the hope for a lot of people in the latin community, and she spent a decade working tirelessly on her craft and inspiring people, and i think that legacy, the music, everything she did in the business will have an impression for many, many years to come, kind of like selena. >> reporter: she said she wanted to be the oprah win free of mexico and she was well on her way, shepard. >> shepard: any word on the plane crash, what might have caused it? >> reporter: they took off from monterey after a concert about 3:30 in the morning. they were 10 minutes in the flight. the reports are they went from 35,000 feet to 9,000 feet in seconds and it fell off the radar into some very rugged mountains. there are now reports that same leelear jet was damaged during takeoff in amarillo the region in 2005 after they had problems with fuel. one of the engines was misfiring. the jet was the same age as jenni rivera, 43 years owed. a journalist r
i know you have some accidental connections with the lord. please pray for the book this week. we gave guidance to the writers. if you had 10 minutes in front of an eighth-grade class, what would you tell them? what would you tell them about leaderships? what did you experience over the last 10 years and how can we use this book to inspire young people to do great things? all those parents and grandparents out there, this is the book of choice. for the teenager, searching, for that young person looking for direction this will inspire them. thank you for the question. >> we have time for two more. >> the thank you. i met josh as a board of trustees at the naval academy and had dinner with him in march and we discussed participation. he is one of the sponsors and the other seven better here as well toward the book. as he so eloquently said honors those whose names are engraved in memorial hall. we have sponsors have been on the conference calls and looking beyond just patriot week, and i know you and i will be working for that but could you share with others but the expectation is s
mills. the cotton lords that created holyoke on the model of lowell and lawrence devised a three-tiered canal system so that, unfortunately, it doesn't show in this map, but the canals come -- the first canal comes like this, and this comes like that, and that comes like this. so the connecticut river was able to be used over three times. now, holyoke made offers to the manufacturers in the valley, and can skinner's the only one who accepted the offer and moved. and he's the only one who survived. skinner knew he needed two things to be able to make a go of it again: he needed money, and he needed water power. in skinnerville he was going to have to rely on steam if he rebuilt there because the reservoir, which had supplemented the mill river during the dry season, was not going to be rebuilt. so going forward during those dry seasons when the river ran low, skinner was going to have to supplement his mill with steam. it was very expensive. for a man in the amount of debt he was in, it was too expensive for him at this time. he was also going to have to rebuild the entire infrast
of years, it was the first two books of "lord of the rings" because that's all they had in the school library. they have done this to individual book. they had the fellowship of the ring and the two towers. and when i get to the end of the two towers, i would go back and read the fellowship of the ring. when i was told, i went to school at english prize. they said you get a book. and i said i would like the return of the king. [applause] i wanted to find out how it ended. what is your advice for someone that wants to write and be published? right, finish things. make a really good unpublishable. send them to people who may publish them. when they come back from those people with nose saying that they can publish them, send them to somebody else. someone out there is drug enough were desperate enough to publish your story and then keep writing. don't go i finished my story, i saw the story. just write the next one. i notice a lot of your stories feature very started strong-willed woman,/gross. thoughts? i think you are observant. [applause] and skipping down. if you could travel with a
about how eminently achievable and measurable it was. and, lord, was it better than what the other people were offering. help me out. how did we get from there to staring down a terrible deal on the fiscal freakout? a deal proffered by the president that caves on taxes and cuts social security benefits and eliminates payroll tax relief and locks in highly favorable capital gains rates for mitt romney and his buddies? a deal that once again involves selling out the poor, the elderly, and the middle class so the rich in this country can be spared sharing even a tiny slice of the pain. let me walk you through the steps. maybe i missed something. so the president has sky high approval ratings and congressional republicans are still hanging on at like 12% approval. all right. american people backed democratic priorities regarding taxes and entitlements by overwhelming margins, and they're set to blame republicans for the fiscal fiasco going south. whatever happened to democrats are holding all the cards in this negotiation and republicans from ann coulter to rush limbaugh to tom cole ad
have resolved something today. lord knows. two hedge fund cashes. a lot of hedge fund cash on the sidelines. once the fiscal cliff subside that money will come into the stock market. three, that will lead the fed to be less money printing than they have been. so they will pull back. four, china and india will unload a lot of their gold because they're going to want to have the cash to build their infrastructure. and finally president obama will realize the tax bonanza from shell oil and shell gas and therefore lift off the regs of those two things to the point where we have a lot more oil and gas coming. all those things bring us down to gold at 1200. how do you react? >> wow, that is really incredible run-down. there ii one interesting thing i think will knock a hole in the whole theory that the fed has tied interest rate policy to the amount of unemployment that we have. it has to be at 6.5%. and what that means is, that you're boeing to get low interest rates that are very bullish for gold and will lead to inflation coming down the road, endless money printing. doesn't h
: thank you. connell: nobody loves gold like mark folmer. he is coming up next. dagen: oh, lord. a toilet? if you forget to flush, there is an app for that. ♪ connell: more breaking news out of washington on this fiscal cliff situation. the white house's position defies common sense after spending months we must ask more from the dinners and billionaires. how can they reject a plan by doing exactly that. the president threatening every american family with higher taxes. the spokesman for speaker boehner, thank you to him. rich edson will do some more reporting on it later. dagen: we always look for rays of sunshine wherever we go. we need some doom and gloom every now and then. we go to mark faber now. he is joining us on the phone. mr. faber, great to talk to you this morning. look at washington. what do you see? are you optimistic? >> well, basically, i think that the global economy is slowing down considerably. we have possibly one or 2% growth. maybe no growth. we have a slowdown in asia. particularly, in china. there are some positive spots in the world. i was recently traveling in
questions will get to some of those details. there are lots of other challenges. the lords resistance army, and for those who know about the lords resistance army, it's a horrific organization. i've come -- the best way to characterize it, if you ever had any doubt as to whether there's really evil in this world, do a little research and see what joseph kony does. it will eliminate any doubt in your mind there's evil in this world and we have the ability to help the africans address the problem and we're very glad to do. so but all is not doom and gloom in africa. we have a tendency to focus on the bad things. that's our nature to focus on problems. but africa is also an exciting place to work, a place of great opportunity. risk to be sure. challenges, abundant. but as i was mentioning before this session, as i travel about the continent, i think i've been to 42 of the countries now in africa. i get recognition of the challenges and of the problems, and in some cases the severity of addressing those. but i also come away with a real sense of optimism, and with a little help, a little colla
for the victims. flags at the u.s. capitol were also lord, on orders from the house speaker john boehner. >> we are dealing with cold temperatures. it is 30 degrees in fairfield and 32 in santa farrah.rosa. it is warg up but not by much. you should keep grumbling handy because satellite and radar shows a system to the north of us. it is slowly starting to work its way into the bay area. here is a wider view right now this will bring us all a little bit of snow. we will have increasing clouds and light rain. it will not do a lot so you do not have to cancel your plans. will have a decrease in showers as we head into afternoon. the fog will return. here is a look of satellite and radar. by 2:00 p.m. we have scattered showers throughout the bay area. if you have plaza 4:00 we are basically love with the if you spenleft w your high for today will be 50s all around. 62 degrees for livermore and 51 degrees for hayward. there's 7 day around the bay shows on settled wets weather for the rest of the week. we do have another system that will come in here by monday. if you will get a break on wednesday be
udall used to use. he would say, lord, give us the wisdom to use words that are gentle and tender, for tomorrow we may have to eat them. probably a pearl of wisdom that susan rice probably thinks today she would like to have taken with her into that hearing a few months ago. a book called "the world of trouble" published in 2009 by farrar, i wrote about american presidents from eisenhower to ford and how each tried to understand the middle east and how each tried to impose a surprisingly discontinuous agenda with often tragic results. and while that book is about america's political system, "fortress israel" is a biography of israel's political culture which is an undertaking one has to take -- make with humility as an american. going back to tel aviv over several years driving up the hill to jerusalem and up and down that mediterranean landscape, i became fascinated with how the generals and the intelligence chiefs and the political figures of the ruling elite look out at the world and how strong what i call a martial impulse beats in their chest and how self-assured they are in
by the lord's resistance and special forces are hunting infamous leaders and i want to bring in richard roth. there was a ceasefire, but it is not holding. what's the end goal for the rebel groups in central africa. >> i asked an african affairs expert on foreign relations. his answer, these rebels want money and power. don't look for anything more lofty than that. the central african republic is a country many americans and others don't hear that much about. they heard of the troubles in countries like the democratic republic of congo and sudan. it is the central african republic and many analysts say the inspiration for these certainly inspired by what has been going on in congo and this is a mineral rich country loaded with uranium, gold, diamonds and there is a lot to shoot for. it has been a very unstable country for decades. coop after coop has been involved and there is has been a mission and things have been okay after elections, but now things are at a crisis. >> too unhappy with the rebel advance. they are targeting embassies. what's happening with the americans on the ground there
, which marks the birth of their lord and savior jesus christ. here's a live look at bethlehem, where people are beginning to gather for the midnight mass at the church of the holy nativity. bethlehem is described in the bible as the birth place of jesus. about 2 million people make the pilgrimage to bethlehem each and every year. pope benedict expected to deliver his christmas mass in just a few hours at st. peter's basilica in rome. he has a book out debunking several myths about now the nativity unfolded. for one thing, he says the accepted date of jesus' birth is several years off. he points to a 6th century monk for the mix-up. >>> shoppers are flocking to the mall for another christmas tradition, that would be last-minute shopping. about 17 million people expected to be in the malls today. many may find good bargains too. alison kosik is in new york. you probably get the best price on things today. >> you would think so. if you ever had any doubts that we're not a nation of procrastinators, think again. 17 million people out in the stores just today. believe it or not, it's not
, guide our lawmakers with your wisdom. lord, show them the right thing to do and give them the courage to do it. be their shelter in the midst of the storm regardless of how high the waters rise. when they feel exhausted, remind them of the great sufficiency of your grace. look with favor on our nation and save us from self-inflicted wounds. >> moments after the prayer, senate majority leader harry reid appeared on the senate floor but no updates on the nexts. >>> the near misses, close calls and the most amazing videotape of the year. we have the must-see moments of 2012 caught on tape next. >> plus, need a drink? cocktails to cheer in the new year. we're going to show you what you can drink tomorrow night without packing on the pounds. [ mother ] you can't leave the table till you finish your vegetables. [ clock ticking ] [ male announcer ] there's a better way... v8 v-fusion. vegetable nutrition they need, fruit taste they love. could've had a v8. or...try kids boxes! ♪ many hot dogs are within you. try pepto-bismol to-go, it's the power of pepto, but it fits in your pocket. now t
at this, and try to not be eternal victims burk to look at something empowered and that the lord works this in mysterious ways and we don't know why it happened, or what this is about, but at some point, it will be something that we can better understand or process through spirituality. so my thought is that they would use hanukkah and christmas and these spiritual holidays to get into the grieving process, and get through the grieving process and not just the mental health techniques, but also the spirituality that is all that is left for many of these people, because we as psychologists and psychiatrists, what can we go to listen and offer our support, because at this point it goes to a higher power to try to understand this depth of tragedy. >> jeff, i so appreciate that, because i recognize it that not everyone who is watching claims religious faith or those sorts of things, be but there is something that i appreciate from you as a sipsychologist to talk about faith as a tool of resiliency and as horrifying as this loss might be at the holidays for those who do claim some understan
. they aren't allowed to have it in public. >>> and lord stanley is weeping. all games canceled through december 31st. >> fans disappearing if there are any left. >> i wasn't surprised when i saw the news. you weren't either. >> bad. a league managing ifrs potself . >>> a terrific week for tom brady. i can't get the smile off my face. tom brady welcomes a new baby and shows the texans who is boss on monday night. here is a hint. tom brady. we'll have more, coming up. i was worried the health care system spoke a language all its own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. information on my phone. connection to doctors who get where i'm from. and tools to estimate what my care may cost. so i never missed a beat. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. but they haven't experienced extra strength bayer advanced aspirin. in fact, in a recent survey, 95% of people who tried it agreed that it relieved their headache fast. visit fastreliefchallenge.com today for a special trial offer. and with my banka
going over the cliff has been priced in. joining us milton ms. rought at this, lord abbett chief market strategist. thanks for joining us. if it is priced in why are we seeing these gyrations with every statement coming out of washington? >> it is not entirely priced into the market. the market obviously would like to hear good news. it wants to hear some kind of a comprise. when it gets that it moves up and when it doesn't it disappoints and moves down. the market looks very cheap. it is effectively discounting some pretty ugly news. that puts it in the position to be pleasantly surprised even with mediocrity. tracy: talk to you about where we should be buying but you agree we'll go into recession if we go over the cliff. what if we get a deal that is really crappy deal, will we still go into recession? >> if we get a crappy deal, where we are is back to where we were. we avoid spending cuts. we avoid the bulk of the tax increases and the economy creeps along. that is hardly good. crappy is a good way to describe it but doesn't mean that we get the worst. ashley: well, putting that tec
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